Location

Room 210

Type of Presentation

Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)

Target Audience

Higher Education

Abstract

Discussion of the relationship between teaching information literacy skills and teaching scholarly communication competencies is a recent development in academia. The presenters, a Librarian for Graduate Programs and a Librarian for Undergraduate Programs, will provide a brief overview of this discussion and then present examples of how academic librarians' efforts to teach information literacy and scholarly communication become interrelated throughout the academic life-cycle. The presenters will illustrate the relationship between these two areas of academic librarianship through their impact on undergraduate and graduate populations, library services and instruction at the comprehensive university.

Presentation Description

The presenters, a Librarian for Graduate Programs and a Librarian for Undergraduate Programs, will provide a brief overview of the discussion the relationship between scholarly communication and information literacy. They will present examples of how academic librarians' efforts to teach information literacy and scholarly communication are interconnected.

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Sep 25th, 4:15 PM Sep 25th, 5:30 PM

The nexus of information literacy and scholarly communication

Room 210

Discussion of the relationship between teaching information literacy skills and teaching scholarly communication competencies is a recent development in academia. The presenters, a Librarian for Graduate Programs and a Librarian for Undergraduate Programs, will provide a brief overview of this discussion and then present examples of how academic librarians' efforts to teach information literacy and scholarly communication become interrelated throughout the academic life-cycle. The presenters will illustrate the relationship between these two areas of academic librarianship through their impact on undergraduate and graduate populations, library services and instruction at the comprehensive university.